It's about refusing to give up on yourself just because you're getting older. "Say what you will, wait for me to fade / I don't think about it, I don't think about it," Williams sings in the pre-chorus. "I've got things left to do and I'm nowhere near done / Not while I still have these legs."

Her exuberant defiant attitude continues in the chorus as she sings, "They say the legs will be the last to go (I'll keep dancing) / I'm still putting on a show (I'll keep dancing) / Until you do, don't do it again."

Williams does indeed keep dancing throughout the video, suggesting that she executed some key choreography with the help of numerous backup performers.

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"Sometimes kids just need to go to school!" the video's director Mike Ruiz joked in the comments section.

The song title is a reference to Diahann Carroll's 2008 memoir The Legs Are the Last to Go: Aging, Acting, Marrying, and Other Things I Learn the Hard Way.

"The whole concept was Vanessa's idea," co-writer Kipper Jones said in a press release, adding that Williams knew she wanted to include Carroll's name somewhere in the song. "[Vanessa] didn't know if it was the title of the song or the lyrics or something else. I didn't find it unusual at all. That's how we came up with 'Comfort Zone' in 1991."

Earlier this month, Williams announced that his new full-length album will be released later this year.